How to Prepare for Your First Roof Tear-Off

Posted on: 4 January 2017
If you're an avid do-it-yourself type, and you are planning on tearing off your old roofing shingles in anticipation of putting a new roof down, then you need to plan out exactly what you need. Working high up on a roof requires the correct materials in order to ensure that there are no injuries. Even if you don't feel comfortable laying down fresh tile, you can certainly remove the old roofing tiles and prep the area for when the roofing contractor comes in.
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2 Different Kinds Of Welding

Posted on: 1 November 2016
Welding is one way you can use to connect different pieces of metal together. The different pieces of metal are joined together with an unbroken seam of material. The seams can be strong enough that they are waterproof. Here are a couple of different kinds of welding.  Arc Welding Arc welding uses an electrical arc in order to join the two pieces of metal together. The electric arc gets hot enough to melt the metals so that they form the seam when they cool down.
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Crawl Space Rodent Control: 3 Things To Check For To Prevent Rodents From Nesting

Posted on: 20 October 2016
Regardless of how lovely your residence may be, it may also be home to many small rodents like mice and rats. In fact, nearly one-third of Americans admit that they have a rodent problem at home. To prevent yourself from having to deal with these headaches and nightmares in the future, inspect your home regularly to look for the following 3 features that allow rodents to nest in crawlspaces. You should inspect your crawlspace regularly to avoid any unwanted surprises.
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3 Things Homeowners Should Know About Insurance Claims For Roof Repairs

Posted on: 15 August 2016
Hurricane season starts in the summer and continues through the fall. If you live in an area that may be affected by hurricanes or other severe storms, it's time to start considering how you'll pay for repairs if you need them. Your roof is one of the most expensive parts of your home that's at risk during storm season, so you need to know if your homeowner's insurance will cover damage or leaks if they occur.
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